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and killed. lillian kim is at the store where it happened. lillian? >> larry this is the first day this 7-11 has been open for business sense the shooting and there has been a major change. there's now a security guard in front of the store. we have been told this extra security will remain indefinitely. news weekend shooting at the 7-11 on north milpitas boulevard has hit customers hard. some have even dropped off flowers and in honor of the clerk shot to death while working the overnight ship. police identify the employee as this man, 67-year-old milpitas rest didn't started working at the convenience store only a month ago. timothy is a regular customer. >> this guy he just started. seemed like a nice guy. wasn't violent at all or anything. he was just here working. >>reporter: police say he was shot during a robbery. employee says based on what he heard there were 3 men all wearing masks. they entered the store around 2a jumped over the cunter to take the cash. then shot the clerk. >> open the drawer so open then take money then go inside. >>reporter: police say all detectiv
americans killed last week when the consulate in libya was attacked. lillian is here with what students fact you will l think to say about the ambassador tonight. hi praise indeed. >>reporter: ambassador attended haze ntion the 80's and made a lasting impression. as for the current crop of students he made an impression on them too. >> ambassador serves as shining example to all of us. >>reporter: none of the students knew ambassador christopher stevens. he graduated from uc hastings college of law in 1989. but the young men and women felt compelled to take part in a candle light vigil in his honor. >> he sat in the same classroo classroom. maybe he has the same professors and we are connected to this person. he was a great person. grit person to be connected to. >>reporter: ambassador stevens died last we can after an attack on the u.s. consulate in libya. part of wave of unrest over an apartment islam film. witness accounts new video now indicate the ambassador was still breathing when a crowd of libya walk through the compound after the assault. carried him to a car that
shooting tonight. lillian is live with the very latest on the story. lillian? >> dan this all happened within the last half hour so we are still piecing together the details. as you can see there's a heavy police presence at the mission district police statio station. we have been told a group of protestors described as black law came to the station and spray painted killer on the main door. black lock is a group of protestors that wear mask and the color black and of described as anarchist. they are apparently protesting the officer involved shooting that took place at 8:00 p.m. this evening on 14 and natoma street. police say officer with the gang task force opened fire on a suspected gang member after that suspected gang member pointed a gun at the officer during the foot pursuit. suspect was shot twice and is recovering from non-life threatening injuries at san francisco general hospital. now as i said the mission district police station is under heavy guard now. officers rushed over here as soon as they heard about the graffiti. we have been told those black lock protestors
an officer involved shooting tonight. lillian is live with the very latest on the story. lillian? >> dan this all happened within the last half hour so we are still piecing together the details. as you can see there's a heavy police presence at the mission district police statio station. we have been told a group of protestors described as black law came to the station and spray painted killer on the main door. black lock is a group of protestors that wear mask and the color black and of described as anarchist. they are apparently protesting the officer involved shooting that took place at 8:00 p.m. this evening on 14 and natoma street. police say officer with the gang task force opened fire on a suspected gang member after that suspected gang member pointed a gun at the officer during the foot pursuit. suspect was shot twice and is recovering from non-life threatening injuries at san francisco general hospital. now as i said the mission district police station is under heavy guard now. officers rushed over here as soon as they heard about the graffiti. we have been told those blac
tonight. lillian is live with the very latest on the story. lillian? >> dan this all happened within the last half hour so we are still piecing together the details. as you can see there's a heavy police presence at the mission district police statio station. we have been told a group of protestors described as black law came to the station and spray painted killer on the main door. black lock is a group of protestors that wear mask and the color black and of described as anarchist. they are apparently protesting the officer involved shooting that took place at 8:00 p.m. this evening on 14 and natoma street. police say officer with the gang task force opened fire on a suspected gang member after that suspected gang member pointed a gun at the officer during the foot pursuit. suspect was shot twice and is recovering from non-life threatening injuries at san francisco general hospital. now as i said the mission district police station is under heavy guard now. officers rushed over here as soon as they heard about the graffiti. we have been told those black lock protestors are mar
. 83-year-old lillian peterson was bitten tuesday night while she was out taking her usual slim in lake bar crawl in falls church. >> i kept aiming at his eyes thinking that if i knocked his eyes out he wouldn't be able to see. all i wanted to do is get rid of the [ bleep ] and that was it. >> it was pretty tough out there. in fact, lillian says if it wasn't for a friend of hers who was right nearby and came to her rescue with an orr to beat her down, she might not be alive. she's facing several more rounds of painful rabies shot. as for the beaver, it's gone on to beaver heaven. they did kill it. but just the same, lillian says she is never going in that lake again. >> what an experience. >>> new tonight at 11:00, how far would you go to get a former lover in trouble? well, one woman went way, way too far and now she's facing federal charges. it all started when authorities say a call was made that somebody on a u.s. airways flight from philly to dallas had explosives. the pilot told everyone there was a mechanical problem and then turned the plane around. that's when fbi agents got on
anniversary during a ceremony happening right now, and that's where abc-7 news reporter lillian kim is tonight. reporter: dozens of people have gathered here at into san bruno's city park. the ceremony is about to get underway. the chairs have been set up to face a remembrance plaque placed on a metal sculpture here at the park. that plaque will be unveiled during the ceremony and will have each of the names of the eight people who died as a result of the pg&e pipeline explosion which took place in this neighborhood two years ago today. in addition to the eight deaths, 38 homes were destroyed in the blast. several more people were injured and dozen more homes were damaged. we spoke to a homeowner who lost here home. she said it was important to come to today's ceremony for her. >> just to acknowledge and remember and -- just to remember these people, and their families, and be here with their families, if they're here to be with them, and i think this is the right thing for san bruno to do to make something permanent, to acknowledge these people. reporter: as for the neighborhood, it's now a f
. 67-year-old employee was shot and killed. lillian kim is at the store where it happened. lillian? >> larry this is the first day this 7-11 has been open for business sense the shooting and there has been a major change. there's now a security guard in front of the store. we have been told this extra security will remain indefinitely. news weekend shooting at the north milpitas boulevard has hit customers hard. some have even dropped off flowers and in honor of the clerk shot to death while working the overnight ship. police identify the employee as this man, 67-year-old milpitas rest didn't started working at the convenience store only a month ago. timothy is a regular customer. >> this guy he just started. seemed like a nice guy. wasn't violent at all or anything. he was just here working. >>reporter: police say he was shot during a robbery. employee says based on what he heard there were 3 men all wearing masks. they entered the store around 2a jumped over the cunter to take the cash. then shot the clerk. >> open the drawer so open then take money then go inside. >>rep
killed last week when the consulate in libya was attacked. lillian is here with what students fact you will l think to say about the ambassador tonight. hi praise indeed. >>reporter: ambassador attended haze ntion the 80's and made a lasting impression. as for the current crop of students he made an impression on them too. >> ambassador serves as shining example to all of us. >>reporter: none of the students knew ambassador christopher stevens. he graduated from uc hastings college of law in 1989. but the young men and women felt compelled to take part in a candle light vigil in his honor. >> he sat in the same classroo classroom. maybe he has the same professors and we are connected to this person. he was a great person. grit person to be connected to. >>reporter: ambassador stevens died last we can after an attack on the u.s. consulate in libya. part of wave of unrest over an apartment islam film. witness accounts new video now indicate the ambassador was still breathing when a crowd of libya walk through the compound after the assault. carried him to a car that drove hi
on novato boulevard this afternoon in novato. lillian kim is there live tonight with how this happened. lillian? >>reporter: we are learning more about the 12-year-old girl. she attended this middle school and was new to the area. members of the community have been placing candles and flowers along the stretch of road where 12-year-old girl died while riding her bike. she was a student at this middle school, hailey. novato police say she was traveling west on novato boulevard when she collided with an suv going in the opposite direction. susan lives nearby and saw the aftermath. >> i was sick to my stomach. worried about her family. worried about her. >>reporter: hailey was taken to marin county hospital by ambulance trend transported by helicopter to children hospital in oakland where she was pronounced dead. police now trying to piece together what happened. >> the driver of the suv is very cooperative. doesn't appear to be any sign of impairment or illegal maneuvers but we are investigating that and exploring all options of the investigation. >>reporter: hailey moved to nova
in novato. lillian kim is there live tonight with how this happened. lillian? >>reporter: we are learning more about the 12-year-old girl. she attended this middle school and was new to the area. members of the community have been placing candles and flowers along the stretch of road where 12-year-old girl died while riding her bike. she was a student at this middle school, hailey. novato police say she was traveling west on novato boulevard when she collided with an suv going in the opposite direction. susan lives nearby and saw the aftermath. >> i was sick to my stomach. worried about her family. worried about her. >>reporter: hailey was taken to marin county hospital by ambulance trend transported by helicopter to children hospital in oakland where she was pronounced dead. police now trying to piece together what happened. >> the driver of the suv is very cooperative. doesn't appear to be any sign of impairment or illegal maneuvers but we are investigating that and exploring all options of the investigation. >>reporter: hailey moved to novato from new mexico only a month ago. sh
been vandalized and it's not the first time. lillian kim is live in the oakland hills with a look at the damage. reporter: this is the sculpture vandalized sometime between last night and this morning. someone cut off five of the sculpture's metal bars. it's unclear the motive but it's likely they were taken with the intent to sell. this memorial is officially called the oakland fire storm memorial garden, and it is wired for security. there's lighting, a siren, and a video monitoring system. the community that maintains the memorial is hoping surveillance video will help them identify the person or people responsible. they're waiting for a call back from the security company that operates the camera. this isn't the first time this happened. the sculpture has been vandalized twice before. it's designed -- it's prominent part of the memorial garden and represents the regrowing of trees in the area after the fire storm of 1991. that's when fire destroyed 3,000 homes and killed 25 people here in the oakland hills. >> a bit angry. this is like kind of dancing on the grave of those tha
and killed eight people. lillian kim joins us from a special vigil. reporter: the ceremony has wrapped up but people are still here, talking and supporting each other. it's been quite an emotional day. city leaders unveiled a black here at the city park honoring the eight people who died in a pg&e pipeline explosion two years ago today. the names are on the plaque, and family members walked up to take it in. it was not easy for them. some who recovered burn injuries. we spoke to two daughter of elizabeth torres. the 81-year-old died trying to flee her home. >> still at times can't believe she is gone, it really happened. >> does this help you? >> a little bit. >> nice that she is remembered, but it was -- i would rather her be here. so she ale -- really liked this park. reporter: in addition to the eight people who died, 38 homes were destroyed in the blast. several more people were injured and dozen more homes were damaged. the neighborhood is rebuilding. eight homes have been completed. 13 are underway. live in san bruno. abc-7 news. >> ama: milpitas police are searching for whoever sho
. lillian is live at beach wood school where teachers staff combing through the rubble. about. >> third grade teacher gallagher spent the afternoon sifting through the debris. hoping to find anything worth saving. the graduate just started teaching a few months ago. something she had been looking forward to for years. >> i have been saving things since 2008. shifting things from my, from minnesota here to use and it's all gone. >>reporter: fire at beach wood school broke out just before 4 a.m. menlo park fair department says the cause was a faulty kitchen appliance. flames destroyed not only the third grade classroom but also the school administration offices. >> no one was here so it could have been worse peach wood is private but not the typical private school. it's geared for family who live in low performing public school district. private donation cover most cost. jordan went to beach wood from kindergarten through 8. he came to see the destruction firsthand. >> we only had 18 kids in the class so it was a pretty tight it was like family. and it hurts. >>reporter: fort
chiu: thank you. >> lillian is joined by her mom from georgia. >> president chiu: welcome to the chamber. >> [applause.] >> president chiu: now, i'd like to acknowledge our district 6 supervisor, supervisor kim, who has a commendation. >> supervisor kim: thank you. i have a separate commendation but i want to acknowledge lilie as well, and your work with arock on behalf of the city and county of san francisco. our office got to work really closely with you, and i can't tell you how immensely proud we were to work with you, and the organizing work that you were able to do in the arab-american, muslim, and south asian community to bring to light some of the issues and racial profiling that had been ongoing in this city. it was really difficult work. and you brought up a lot of members of our community that were not used to coming to city hall to speak and speak on very sensitive stories. and you know, really required a lot of courage and i know you were key in supporting that and i'm glad to see you go. i know arock is currently in district 6 and we will miss your presence i
-old... lillian peterson... was swimming in a lake.../, when... this beaver... came at her... and... latched... onto... her leg... with its teeth...///.a... man... across the lake... heard the commotion.... came to help..../ . peterson ... almost ...lost a thumb .../ "i kept my walking stick and started pounding him and tried to pouud him in the eyes, thinkinggif he couldn't see maybe he would stop." 3 the beaver... tested positive... for euthanized. .../ peterson ... will undergo... a round of rabies shots,.../ is it going to start to feel like fall as suumer comes to a close? close? let's go to vytas with the extended forecast. 3&pthe orioles bullpen blows a big lead...see the dramatic ending...next in sports unlimited... 3 that's all for the late edition, i'm jeff barnd. here's... bruce cunningham... wwth a look... at... the o's.../// and... an extraordinary man... who... re-kindled... baltimore's lovv... for... pro-football.... football.... 3 as you saw earlier, the baltimore sporting scene has lost a giant..art modell, the man who brouggt the
. live in novato, abc 7 news. >> thank you lillian. >> developing news in morgan hill where police are looking for a mother who ditched her daughter at a grocery store last week. police say she used her daughter to shoplift but when a store clerk caught on she took off leaving the young girl behind. 7 news reporter lisa is in morgan hills tonight. lisa? >>reporter: you know at one point the girl called her daughter cell phone and police officer answered. he told the william to come in. make a statement. pick up her daughter. he says she refused. >> mother knewhat was going on and just absolutely abandoned the daughter. >>reporter: morgan hill police are talking about marsy. on wednesday of last week they say the woman came to the safeway store with her 10-year-old daughter. they filled a cart with beer and other groceries. and instead of paying police say she told her daughter to wait with the cart near the exit doors while she got their car. and when is he pulled up, the girl was to roll the cart out. that's when store employees stopped the 10-year-old. the mother dr
? >> it was a thing i had to get away from. >> at 83, lillian peterson says you are only as old as you feel. >> i was crawling out of the water and it attacked the. >> a beaver chopped on her leg while she was on lake barcroft on tuesday. >> it got to my calf. >> she gave it a fight were the other woman far younger. >> i took my walking stick and tried to count him in the eyes, thinking if he could not seen the maybe he would stop. >> but she could not get rid of him until this man showed up. >> she was screaming for her life, help me help me. >> he came over and helped me. >> this is the beaver mike says he had to fend off lugging her first day. this is not the same beaver, but it gives you the sense of the teeth that latched onto her leg. beaver's use them to bring down trees. >> they have big enough teeth to do some damage. >> although lake barcroft is popular for recreation, she says her days swimming there are done. >> never in the world did i expect anything like this. >> everybody hopes this was the only rabid peter in the lake barcroft area, but residents are being warned to watch out for
-fridges and found problems with almost all of them.(v/o)lillian mayer is packkng up to go back to college. one of the most iiportant items she takes with her is a mini-fridge for her dorm room.(sot: lillian mayer) "i se it mostly for milk, and then i also use it for jam or lettuce or study snacks."(v/o) consumer reports just ttsted 19 mini--ridges, including kenmore, to find outtwhich ones do the best job of &pkeeping your food cool.there are two basic types - ones that have a separate ffeezer compartment and ones that have phe freezer inside the refrigerator section. testers put thermocouples throughout the refrigerator section to &pmeasure the temperature. in the freezer section, thermocouples are put into packages of frozen spinach. testers onitor how evenly each refrigerator maintains the temperature in both sections.(sot)"inconsistent tempeeatures affected nearly in the refrigerator section, while in the other types it was an issue in the freezer." (v/o)testers use this audio senssr to measure how noisy louder than others.(natsot: h - fridge)(v/o)energy efficiency is another area where
20 problems with almost all of the. them. 3& (v/o)lillian mayer is packin up to go back to college. one of the most importanttitems she takes with her is a miii- fridge for er dorm room.(sot: lillian mayer)"i se it mostly for milk, and then i also use it for jam or lettuce or study snacks."(v/o)consumer reports &pjust tested 11 mini-fridges, including ones from danby, haier, and kenmmre, to find of keeping your food cool. job - theer are two basic types - ones that have a separate freezer compartment and ones the refrigerator section. de - testers put thermocouples throughout the refrigerator section to measurr the temperature. in theefrrezer spinach. testers monitor how u - evenly each refrigerator &pmaintains the temperature in both sections.(sot) "inconsiitent temperaturess affected nearly eveey minn-fridge. in two-door models, the problem was worse in the refrigerator section, whill ii the other ypes it was an issue in the freezer."" (v/o)testers use this audio sensor to meesure how noisy each frrdge is. some are much louder than others.(natsot: friige)(v/o)energy efficienc
homes destroyed. tonight some of the survivors watched new documentary on that horrific day. lillian kim has the story. >> 30 minute documentary is titled trial by fire interview of survivors of the pipeline explosion. as well as first responders. witnesses. city officials. tonight a few dozen people came to the san mateo county history museum to watch it. it was living the nightmare all over again for her. >> it was very edgey to me. thank goodness i had my family with me to kind of walk it through because i have had a really hard time just recovering from this. >>reporter: for nancy watching the documentary was a different experience. she was out of town when the fire from the explosion destroyed her house. her husband bob was home alone. but managed to escape. >> i always feel guilty because i wasn't there and yet i'm glad i wasn't because i don't think i would be here today. i panic when he's the calm one. >>reporter: peninsula resident and document directed trial by fire. it goes back to the very beginning. from how everyone first thought the pipeline ex completion wa
a disabled placard. they are cracking down. lillian is live in berkeley with the story tonight. lil i don't know? >> dan a parking spot in berkeley can be pretty hard to come by which 80's berkeley police are going after people who abuse the system. she can pretty much park anywhere for free. she has a disability placard she obtaind with a doctor note. she underwent 2 hip surgery after a bad car accident 5 years ago. >> it's hard to walk. yes especially after i drive. i get stiff. >>reporter: but berkeley police suspect there are plenty of people with disability black placard without a legitimate medical physical condition. in many cases peopleboro somebody else's mras placard or a fake one. resident austin says it's frustrating to see people abusing the system. >> somebody did have one and they run natural supermarket and ran pack like sprinting. no way they should have had a disability placard. >>reporter: on tuesday police will launch a new effort to crack did you know on placard abuse. department parking enforcement officers have the authority to ask people who have one for
destroyed. tonight some of the survivors watched new documentary on that horrific day. lillian kim has the story. >> 30 minute documentary is titled trial by fire interview of survivors of the pipeline explosion. as well as first responders. witnesses. city officials. tonight a few dozen people came to the san mateo countyory museum to watch it. it was living the again for her. >> it was very edgey to i thanky with me to kind of walk it through because i have had a really hard time just recovering from this. >>reporter: for nancy watching the documentary was a different experience. she was out of town when the fire from the explosion destroyed her house. her husband bob was home alone. but managed to escape. >> i always feel guilty because i wasn't there and yet i'm i wasn glad i wasn't because i don't thinkrc when he's the calm one. >>reporter: peninsula resident and document directed trial by fire. it goes back to the very how everyoneromyone first thought the pipeline ex completion was a plane crash. first responders also recall how they were unable to get water right away
of the survivors watched new documentary on that horrific day. lillian kim has the story. >> 30 minute documentary is titled trial by fire interview of survivors of the pipeline explosion. as well as first responders. witnesses. city officials. tonight a few dozen people came to the san mateo county history museum to watch it. it was living the nightmare all over again for her. >> it was very edgey to me. thank goodness i had my family with me to kind of walk it through because i have had a really hard time just recovering from this. >>reporter: for nancy watching the documentary was a different experience. she was out of town when the fire from the explosion destroyed her house. her husband bob wasome alone. butanaged to escape. >> i always feel guilty because i wasn't there and yet i'm glad i wasn't because i don't think i would be here today. i panic when he's the calm one. >>reporter: peninsula resident and document directed trial by fire. it goes back to the very beginning. from how everyone first thought the pipeline ex completion was a plane crash. first responders also recall ho
illegally using a disabled placard. they are cracking down. lillian is live in berkeley with the story tonight. lil i don't know? >> dan a parking spot in berkeley can be pretty hard to come by which 80's berkeley police are going after people who abuse the system. she can pretty much park anywhere for free. she has a disability placard she obtaind with a doctor note. she underwent 2 hip surgery after a bad car accident 5 years ago. >> it's hard to walk. yes especially after i drive. i get stiff. >>reporter: but berkeley police suspect there are plenty of people with disability black placard without a legitimate medical physical condition. in many cases peopleboro somebody else's mras placard or a fake one. resident austin says it's frustrating to see people abusing the system. >> somebody did have one and they run natural supermarket and ran pack like sprinting. no way they should have had a disability placard. >>reporter: on tuesday police will launch a new effort to crack did you know on placard abuse. department parking enforcement officers have the authority to ask peop
by a rabid beaver. 83-year-old lillian peterson was getting out of the water after swimming on lake bancroft tuesday night when she says the animal came out of nowhere. the 50-pound animal bit her several times. peterson credits a friend who heard her screaming. >> a 50-pound beaver -- >> i'd have been dead if he hadn't -- well, we're real good friends to begin with, but i would have been dead. there's no two way about it. >> fairfax animal control euthanized the animal after confirming it was rabid. peterson says she will never swim at that lake again. >>> a d.c. man who says his phone was taken by police at a crime scene is suing the police department. earl staley says he was waiting for the bus near mlk and raleigh in southeast when staley says he saw a police cruiser hit a motorcycle it was chasing and then the officers hit the rider until he lay bleeding on the ground. staley says when the officers saw him taking video, they took his phone. when he went to pick up the phone at police headquarters, the memory card was gone. >> about three years of pictures of my daughter. she's turning 4
a couple of weeks ago at lake bar kroft. a rabid beaver attacked 87-year-old lillian peterson as she was swimming in the lake. she is now out of the hospital. >>> the cdc says america is on track for the worst year ever for west nile virus. despite mosquito season winding down, infections are expected to continue into next month. texas has been hit the hardest with nearly half of the infections. health officials from coast to coast are spraying insecticides to prevent the spread of the disease. >>> want to turn to tom now for an early look at our forecast. how are we looking? >> it looks great. i was kayaking on the potomac a number of years ago. i had a beaver attack me. i was in my kayak and apparently was too close to the hut or something. here it came. its nostrils were flaring, its eyes were angry. i got the heck out of there. >> it's a good thing you're a pro. >> they can be mean. this morning, we're starting off with a beautiful weather pattern again. take a look now around the region under a clear sky. we have temperatures -- it didn't hurt me. had my paddle ready, though. an
me. i said get out of the water. she said, i can't it's got me. >> lillian peterson was taken to fairfax inova hospital for treatment of minor injuries. she's expected to recover but will have to begin a series of rabies shots. >>> last month's deadly train derailment in ellicott city caused $2 toy 2 million in -- $2.2 million in property damage. two young women were killed in the derailment. they were sitting on the railroad bridge. when it happened a bunch of coal came out of the train and buried them. the investigation into the cause of the accident could take at least 18 months. >>> the airports authority board is attempting to repair its battered image after strong criticism for lavish travel spending and insider contracts. >> last month the federal terrific secretary, the mayor of d.c., and the governors of virginia and maryland all questioned the board's practices and demanded changes. as peggy fox reports, the first big change also came with another strong rebuke. >> i want to make it absolutely clear that this board takes your questions and concerns very seriously. >>
-old lillian , her usual swim in lake barcroft brenton court or find ordeal. me.t attacked calf.tched on to my st >> she was crawling out of the water when a beaver latched onto leg. heard a commotion. what she was screaming for life. >> after he got the beaver off, he called for help. now peterson is hospitalized. lost a finger and injuries to her arm and leg. took my walking stick and eyes.to pound it in the never in the world did i expect e this.g lik >> peterson says she will not be swimming here anytime soon. presidents in the community also out of thell stay lake. live here should close i yelled for any ck.at may be si >> some of bill armstrong's artifacts now on temporary y at the smithsonian near dulles airport. died august 25 at the age of 82. his gloves and his visor which was born during his historic n werewalk on the moo on public view on tuesday. they will be exhibited for t- bill weeks. >> jurors will deliberate today trial drewer peterson for a second day. the former officer accused of wifering his third kathleen savio. jurors have asked to see a including evidence transcripts o
a beeline for 83-year-old lillian peterson swimming about 200 yards away. >> when i was about halfway across the lake, i was yeting get out of the water. she's like i can't, it's got my leg. >> by the time i got to her, she was fairly bloody and the beaver was there. it looks like it was standing up on its hawn. s chewing. >> reporter: he beat the beaver with a canoe paddle and it finally gave up. peterson was rushed to the hospital. her most severe injury, a partially severed thumb. it would have been much worse for corin wasn't there. >> a dear friend. she is always looking out for other people. it was fortunate that i was there to help her. i'm not scared of wildlife. actually not scared of beavers. this is a rabies issue. i think just people being smart, being aware. practicing safety when you are out in nature, letting people know where you're going and if you see erratic behavior, get away and let the authorities know. >>> details of how machine and women really do see things differently. we'll explain this when we come back. stay with us. >>> a huge spike in cases of the west nile v
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to tell you that you got it wrong. >> host: next call for anna quindlen comes from lillian in highland beach, florida. lillian? one more chance for lillian. >> caller: here i am. hello? >> host: please, go ahead. yes, we're listening, ma'am. >> caller: i just want you to know, i'm an 87-year-old canadian woman who's loved anna quindlen for years, and i'm delighted to be able to tell her so. but i also feel that people in her position have responsibility now that you're not at the newspaper, you have a responsibility to do something which is an active voice to stop the people like columnists and, um, television people who are telling lies. actual lies about the conditions of abortion, the conditions of women, who are using improper language and who need to be corrected so that we all feel that we are listening to truths. and the important thing as far as i'm concerned is that i'm a humanist. i'm not a feminist, i'm not a masculinist, i'm a humanist. and i feel that we're dealing with human issues. and until people begin to see that these are human and not specific issues to any gender o
-- they quote a woman named lillian. >> tv ads. >> lillian glass, a los angeles-based body language expert who says about romney, he's turned into a different person. he's become more passionate, more emotional, more dynamic. >> wait, wait. the associated press is actually -- >> quoting lillian glass. >> body language expert? >> this woman comments. >> she's an expert. i would say i don't see what ms. glass sees, but i think if romney's going to have a chance to get back in this, he needs to do exactly what she says he's already done. he needs to become more compassionate, emotional, dynamic and a communicator. he has not done that yet. >> he's gripping the microphone as opposed to holding it like a teacup. >> he used to hold it like a teacup. >> she's right about what needs to happen. i just haven't seen it yet. >> she's a body language expert. they're going to do more 30-second ads, but they've been doing the 30-second ads. i think mitt romney needs to tell people what he'll do when he's president of the united states. >> commercials can have an impact as well as money, mark. very hard. and
a animal control officer come up on it. lillian peterson was attacked by a rabid beaver when she swam in lake barcroft. she had to fight him off. >> he came out of nowhere. >> reporter: fairfax county police called it rare. >> haven't seen anything like this. to have two within a few days of each other is highly unusual. >> reporter: but for some regular park visitors, the anomaly is cause for concern. >> i think we'll probably sit this one out and not go down to the pond for a couple of months at least. >> reporter: park officials say beavers typically shy away from people, so if you see one coming at you, that's a good sign it might be habies. coming up at 6:00, we'll take a look at how common rabies are here in the area. richard jordan, news4. >>> doug, what's the latest on the weather? >> jim, latest -- >> i don't know. >> that's the latest. not a cloud in the sky. high temperature of 80 degrees. you have no idea what's going on over here. these two -- yeah. 80 degrees right now with abundant sunshine. humidity only 38% right now. it is simply gorgeous out there, with the winds ou
in a fairfax county lake. lillian peterson tells us she went for a swim near baileys cross roads. she was about to get out of the water when the 50-pound beaver bit her repeatedly. she credits a friend who heard her crying for help with saving her life. >> well, i would have been dead if he hadn't. i would have been dead, no two ways about it. this beaver came after me from nowhere. first thing he did was take a chunk out of my leg. >> fairfax animal control euthanized the beaver on the shot. testing later showed the animal did have rabies. >>> servers are suing darden, the restaurant's parent company for allegedly violating labor laws. servers say they were cheated out of their pay because they weren't allowed to clock in until customers arrived. lawyers are not clear how much money is owed. darden had to pay more than $25,000 in back pay last year. >>> here's what's trending today. she usually is dodging the paparazzi, but now katie holmes has a new gig to put her face on full display. she's just hired as the new face of bobbi brown cosmetics, holmes who finalized her divorce two weeks ago wi
a beeline for the woman, lillian paterson, swimming about 200 yards away. now peterson tried to beat off the beaver with her metal walking stick. the friend rescued her by hitting the beaver with a canoe paddle. the animal was euthanized to be tested for rabies. >>> a maryland congressman can adhere row to his resume' after saving a 2-year-old boy's life. andy harris says he was driving on route 50 last month when he spotted three cars on the side of the road. he pulled over and said he saw a toddler who was not breathing on the pavement there. anesthesiologist by trade, harris was able to resuscitate that little boy. the boy's grandfather is grateful for harris' courageous act. he posted on the congressman's facebook page saying in part, quote, thank you andy from the bottom of our hearts for stopping in a storm and helping our family." a little good news for you, wonderful. >> yup. that's great. >>> well, a few police officers monitoring traffic at the dnc found an amusing way to make time fly on the job. that's coming up next. >> plus, virginia governor bob mcdonnell is in charlotte.
a beeline for lillian peterson. friend rescued her by hitting the beaver with a canoe paddle. animal was euthanized and will be tested for rabies. >>> a 7-year-old girl from colorado is recovering from the bubonic plague. now, when sarah joan downing started feeling sick after a family camping trip, her parents thought she had the flu. but once sierra had a seizure and a fever of 107, they knew something was seriously wrong. she was eventually diagnosed way arare illness which is transmitted to humans through infected flea bites. her mother expects she may have been exposed by insects found near a dead squirrel she wanted to bury. >>> a health alert this morning. a huge spike in the cases of the west nile virus. the cdc released new numbers wednesday. there was a 25% jump from just last week. some 1500 cases up to nearly 2,000. the number of deaths from the virus also jumped, up 32% from the good news that is no new cases were reported in d.c., maryland or virginia. >> either way, i'm going to stay away from the millions of mosquitos in my backyard just to be safe. >> i agree with yo
lillian peterson being treated for multiple bite wounds. her ordeal began tuesday evening. during one of hers usual swims, something she's been doing for half a century without a problem until now. >> i was getting out of the water, and this beaver came after me from nowhere. >> reporter: this 50-pound beaver, now confirmed to be rabid by fairfax animal control. >> the first thing he did is take a big chunk out of my leg. i tried to fight him out. >> there was someone nearby, who saw what was happening, got to shore and struck the beaver with a branch, and struck it until it was sort of in a daze. >> reporter: it was a fisherman friend of peterson who came to her aid. she credits him with saving her life. >> i would have been dead, no two ways about it. >> that beaver has been euthanized by animal control. peterson is now being treated for rabies. >>> creepy, ominous, annoying, that's how residents in west seattle describe an odd humming sound that's swirling around their neighborhood. they say it even keeps them up at night. one resident, that is, recorded the sound. take a listen. 6
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